We are a grassroots organization that provides services to all communities in the province such as presentations, programs, support groups, workshops and advocacy for children, youth, adults and seniors living with mental illness or those in search of mental wellness.
A wide range of specialized mental health programs and services are offered by CMHA of NB offices and Community Education Coordinators throughout the province. Programs and services are tailored to the needs and available resources of those communities where they are based.
“EVERY YEAR, CMHA OF NEW BRUNSWICK PROGRAMS HELP MORE THAN 60,000 PEOPLE”
WE RESPOND TO NEW BRUNSWICK’S LOCAL NEEDS BY PROVIDING A NUMBER OF PROVINCIAL PROGRAMS AND SERVICES.
CHANGING MINDS is a program designed to reduce stigma, fostering understanding and promoting change for mental illness.
LIVING LIFE TO THE FULL gives you the tools you need to take back control over your life and live each day to the fullest.
APPLIED SUICIDE INTERVENTION SKILLS TRAINING (ASIST) allows us to learn to recognize the signs of suicide and learn to be a support to someone with thoughts of suicide.
MENTAL HEALTH WORKS provides capacity building workshops on workplace mental health to both employers and employees.
KIDS HAVE STRESS TOO was created by the Psychology Foundation of Canada to assist us in our journey to build skills in our children that will last a life time.
SAFETALK is a program that allows us to become a suicide-alert helper.
Working Minds TOGETHER is designed to provide leaders within a workplace-environment with the necessary information and strategies to build positive mental health for all employees while effectively supporting individual employees with mental health concerns
THE CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF NEW BRUNSWICK (CMHA OF NB) HAS AVAILABLE PRESENTATIONS THAT CAN BE DELIVERED BY TRAINED FACILITATORS IN THE FOLLOWING TOPICS:
Self-Esteem for Adults
Nurturing Self-Esteem in Children
Work Life Balance
Positive Attitude for Adults and Youth
An overview of Mental Health
Seniors and Aging
An overview of Mental Illness